The march for north-south friendship
Some 500 former LTTE cadres were taken to the heart of the south, the Matara town yesterday, as part of their post-rehabilitation process. Wearing yellow T-shirts as a symbol of their desire to get back to normal life, they are seen on a parade in the Matara town. They also played and won a cricket match against a team including former Sri Lankan captain Sanath Jayasuriya and Minister Dallas Alahapperuma.
Pic by Krishan Jeewaka Jayaruk
Resettlement Ministry to be scrapped

The government is to wind up the Ministry of Resettlement from next year and vest the remaining responsibility.....

Tea industry urges Govt. to check CWC

Two leading plantation associations have urged the government to prevent Ceylon Workers Congress (CWC) politicians from disrupting the plantation sector by initiating worker unrest.

48-hour detention: Minister to consult Cabinet, all parties
Blake here tomorrow for five day visit
Northern education in major gridlock
Clash over private medical college
Fonseka has not said how Leader Editor distorted his statement:DSG
500 KW Solar Power Plant commissioned in H'tota
‘Era’ shine in Thalpe
‘Era’ (Sun) is a boutique hotel that truly stands apart from the rest. Era beach luxury boutique hotel is located on the beautiful south coast of Sri Lanka, an area famous for its stunning natural beaches.
Vehicle imports through Hambantota next year
The Government is going ahead with plans to commence vehicle imports from the Hambantota port from next March despite strong opposition from importers, who made their concerns known at a meeting on Monday with the state.
Al-Qaeda terror threat clouds 9/11 ceremonies
Major US cities were on high alert today as the nation began marking the poignant 10th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks amid warnings of a new al-Qaeda linked terror threat.


Is there a solution to the recurring IPL puzzle?
The day that some odd cricket pundit got the notion of concocting a separate segment of cricket called the 20-overs-a-side in a bid to resuscitate a game they thought was flagging, the graves of the real designers of this human pastime which has grown to more than a game, must have experienced some tremors.


We are well focused….!!
Maliban Biscuits is a product as a secondary commodity in the market-place and we are basically now close upon 50% in terms of volume. Specifically I think this industry is not growing up to our expectation levels, the main reason being - economy does not support its by-products because there are other essential products in the lifestyle.


US must turn its searchlight inward

The 10th anniversary of what to the Americans is only second to the attack on Pearl Harbour during World War II falls today. The parallels are somewhat similar in that the nation was caught napping despite early warning signals, and then its leaders reacted with a sledge-hammer on the perceived perpetrators of the heinous crime inflicted on th

Alleged war crimes: Lanka launches major diplomatic offensive -- Political Column
This week began with the continuing focus on issues related to the aftermath of the military defeat of Tiger guerrillas.
Bullet scarred palms and a people’s agony -- Focus on Rights

On the A-9 road from Kandy to Jaffna, bullet scarred palmyrah palms that once lined long stretches where intense fighting between government troops and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam had taken place, are no longer to be seen.

When day turned night

A decade ago to this day, Srinath Jinadasa wasn’t particularly surprised to hear that a plane had crashed into the building he worked in. When the North Tower reeled under the impact of the collision, it seemed to stagger upon its very foundations, swaying up to 20 feet back and forth, groaning and convulsing in pain. Its upper floors were vomiting black smoke, flames and debris.

A Return to Sri Lanka
Covering nearly 300 years of Sri Lankan history, A Return to Sri Lanka is a rare opportunity to see a unique selection of over 150 images drawn from the collections of the British Library, the Victoria and Albert Museums, the Natural History Museum, London and the National Museum, Colombo.


Wycherley Graduation / Prize Day oration by the Chief Guest
Firstly I would like to thank Mr. Kingsley Jayasinghe for giving me the opportunity to speak to all the students today. I am deeply humbled by the invitation to be Chief Guest on this special day of the School Calendar.


Resettlement Ministry to be scrapped
Tea industry urges Govt. to check CWC
Govt. to acquire private land within HSZs
TNA abandons Jaffna fast after talks with President
48-hour detention: Minister to consult Cabinet, all parties
Piped water for dried up tanks within Yala
Skink becomes endemic to Sri Lanka once again
PCCSL welcomes third party complaints
Blake here tomorrow for five day visit
Leading criminal lawyer to run for BASL presidency
US GSP programme under review
Northern education in major gridlock
Clash over private medical college
Child rape: President calls for stern action against perpetrators
Fonseka has not said how Leader Editor distorted his statement:DSG
Zoo’s orangutan recovering after surgery
Sand mining erodes SC order
Court order cancels Puttalam motor races
500 KW Solar Power Plant commissioned in H'tota
Buddhist monk takes up cause of 12 Lankan fishermen
Promises to keep as LG polls nears
History is repeating in the guise of ‘Grease Yakas’
Political Column
Alleged war crimes: Lanka launches major diplomatic offensive
5th Column
Happy journey to the land of peace
The Economic Analysis
Preparing a people friendly budget: Fundamental issues
Not issued on this week
Focus on Rights
Bullet scarred palms and a people’s agony
Talk at the Cafe Spectator
They tried and tried again, won at last
From the Sidelines
Good terrorists, bad terrorists and western angst over human rights
Free Hold
Success is all about continuous journey of improvement
“SLT RAINBOW PAGES Tourist Directory 2011/12” launched in collaboration with Sri Lanka Tourism
Kaspersky Lab and Avian Technologies introduce Internet Security and Anti Virus 2012 to Sri Lanka
We are well focused….!!
Taking care of one's health has never been this affordable
BCSSL holds Judges briefing for NBQSA 2011
Matara welcomes Vallibel Finance with open arms
Impeccable detection? TrustPort is the way to go!
Piramal Glass Ceylon Plc Q1 FY 2012 net profit more than doubles at Rs. 141 million
SLIM library now equipped with latest marketing publications
PCL Solutions supporting local Manufacturing Industry for over three decades
Frostaire provides 31 years of cooling excellence
Another first from Blue Diamond
IDEA - Giving wing to possibilities
AMW opens Piaggio three-wheeler showroom at Batticaloa
  Business Times
Vehicle imports through Hambantota next year
ERI case: Former civil servants under fire
Fuel upgrade gets LIOC backing
Mahendra, Arthur among bank directors to step down
SEC to warn six brokers
A ‘Rose’ to save your marriage
COMMENT - Exchange rate reverberations
Outlook worsens for would-be emigrants
What you should know about the last train!
Chamwin introduces tea boilers and tea tablets
Tackling unexpected losses in the stockmarket
Fuel price hike expected, predictable tax structure called for
Lankan egg producer gets ISO certification for quality product
Union Bank offers free advice to SMEs
LankaClear 2010/2011 net revenues down 12%
SIA joins sustainable aviation fuel users group
HP sets up repair centres for Lankan notebook users
Bentota Beach Hotel is Green Globe certified
Unilever Sri Lanka project gives new hopes to rural communities
People-centred development in Colombo
NCE rejects claims against Government in UN report
EFC proposes a new “Workplace Relations Act”
FCCISL Sri Lankan Entrepreneur Awards in November
Transparency a requisite within new IFRS regulations
Renuka Holdings PLC in Forbes Asia‘s “Best under a US$ Billion”
ComBank only Sri Lankan bank in World’s Top 1,000
KumbukRiver nominated for 5th year running for World Travel Awards
Money flows into Jaffna Peninsula from a million Tamil expats
Asian Paints dealers tour Italy & Malaysia
Sunday Times Biz Club AGM on Sept.13
Young outstanding persons of Sri Lanka
Lalith de Mel to be Chairman of First Capital
Asia Securities completes 20 years
Free zone for air sea trans-shipment at Hambantota
KPMG releases iPad app
PC House launches 3 Karbonn dual SIM mobile phones in SL
Colombo Code Camp most 'popular' debut conference worldwide - LinkedIn
Mobile, content; future for Virtusa : GM
IBM's Chief Scientist in India due to open WSO2CON in SL
SL IT spend will grow to US$ 383 mln in 2011 : BMI report
Vizu offers virtual reality for online shopping
Attempt to remove SEC Chairperson
New website by Jetwing Hotels 'in line with its soul' - Hiran Cooray
Colombo bourse 7000 index barrier impregnable....?
Sri Lanka’s ISF Ltd becomes key Nestle supplier
On derivative clearing house, liquidity and short selling
US must turn its searchlight inward
Geoff Marsh likely to replace Ratnayake
Is there a solution to the recurring IPL puzzle?
Team lacks commitment says the coach
Second half rally helps Kandy
Aussies take control
Navy in Clifford Cup rugby final
Back bencher yellow-carded: A point to ponder
World Cup:How it has gone
A room full of books
Homagama Central record wins in U-15 cricket
Fernandopulle impress in SJC unbeaten run
Western Province bag major honours
Niroshan puts Trinity on top
Army in tatters against Navy
Maliyadeva, Wesley, Trinity and St Peter's enter semis
Denzil Fernando no more
Arugam Bay reaching out as a water sport destination
Fernando takes badminton coaching to another level
With or without Malinga
Sinhalese SC reigns supreme in Singapore
Record number of entries for Sir John Tarbet Meet
Sri Lanka crumble in the ‘Fortress of Gloom’
St. Thomas Matara Down Siri Piyarathana
More to take oars at nationals
Hilton Tennis gala from Sep 17
Sabaragamuwa RFU to host invitational rugby tournament
Huzahir, Morais and Waduge excell at Kandy tennis
Wycherley Graduation / Prize Day oration by the Chief Guest
Gateway Graduate School unveils two new Study Centres in Colombo and Negombo
Achievers: My campus, my dream
Young Bens showcase their talents
Northeastern committed to bring about Engineering success
Glory to Harcourts International School
UNIVERSITY OF WOLLONGONG - Top 2% in the world
Career enhancement opportunities offered by AFMM
Do you aspire to be a high flying Chartered Accountant?
Bio-medical Science Degree path for A/L Bio Students
“AoD designers will be leading and exporting SL Interior Architecture by 2020”
MBA graduates from Oxford College of Business Make the business world know "they are indeed a rare find."
After A/L join IIHS and obtain a world-class qualification
Asian International School Annual Prize Giving
EDEXCEL HND with Microsoft, Oracle Java, MySQL, Cisco, Linux Certifications
Thames College Nugegoda introduces CTH Postgraduate Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management
Engineering right after A/L
AMDT - Multimedia Design, Visual Communication, Graphic Design, Edexcel BTEC HND Interactive Media
SLIIT RoboFest 2011 opens doors to competitors country-wide
Completed your A/Ls? Earn your Degree from ESOFT
When day turned night
The old are taking their lives
Letters to the Editor
Nela brings more international honour to Sri Lankan architects
Through the eyes of western‘conquerors’ and ‘seducers’
An ambassador of the cello, he travels the world
Mixed canvas of old and new
Lost forever? Now it can be stitched on
Powered by determination limbless Chaminda ready to ride his tricycle
The violet invader is here to stay
Bare facts of bear deaths
Why no one hears the call for conservation
Make your own cuddly soft toys
Entertainment and prizes galore at Bishop’s dance
When a dead language came alive after almost a century
People and events
Of UFOs, another 9-11, other non sequiturs…
Magazine Articles
Upeka’s big red trademark
Nilika’s bohemian look
Colombo gears for grand music festival
A spiked toe and local remedies
Along the Kelani river for unity and education
When Colombo really got jazzed up
magazine -- Cover of the week
Mirror Magazine Articles
Exciting challenge
A little does add up
Just for laughs
Music in the family
This, That and Everything
Staying safe in cyber space
Shutterbug Competition calls for entries
TV Times Articles
‘Red Circuit’ to rock at US Metal Fest
Teledrama makers demand for Censor
‘Era’ shine in Thalpe
  Times 2
Al-Qaeda terror threat clouds 9/11 ceremonies
Egypt on alert after protesters attacked Israeli embassy
Gaddafi fighters resist attack on Bani Walid
Why this sinister"hate-Muslim" campaign now?
PCCSL should be renamed media ombudsman
10 years after the terror attacks
"I'm gonna die": 9/11 horror in victims' own words
The unanswered question over the collapse of Building 7 on Sept. 11
Beware of car hackers
Wireless warriors
Television still going strong after 65 years
Big roar before UN racism conference
Investigations into sadistic acts of British troops in Iraq continue
How Blair did business with Gaddafi
Libya: Rupert’s revolution
Funday Times
A Return to Sri Lanka
Length of a Rafter -- Maths
At the zoo -- Poem for the week
Earth Watch
Setting up camp at Cinnamon Lodge Habarana
War in the West 1939-1945 -- World History
Kids' World
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